Vintage 1930s Sewing Pattern, Men's & Boys Neckties WW2 Wartime
Recreate the art deco elegance of the 1930's with a debonair bias cut tie. In 1924 German American tailor Jesse Langsdorf of New York who tamed those annoying wrinkles by stitching the necktie from 3 bias-cut pieces Just before the introduction of rayon and nylon which would be perfect for the tie cut in one piece. The depression era clashed bright colours with bold spots and stripes. Stand out from the crowd like Frank Sinatra and Cary Grant in this true to era wardrobe accessory.
Offered as: Instant Download (how to print and assemble)
Suitable for: Both men and boys age 10-14
Difficulty Level: Beginner/ Intermediate sewing pattern skills
Recommended fabrics: Silks, Sateen, Viscose, Fine wool, Cottons.
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After purchase, you will receive an email with a link to simply download at home, formatted for both 8.52x11"and A4 printing. This digital download will print actual size, full scale pattern pieces.